Awoke from - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
awake(n) from (redirected from awoke from)
To rouse from something (often sleep). Today, I was awoken from my sleep by my neighbor's barking dog. Awake from your daydreams, class, it's time to talk about the periodic table.
awake(n) someone from something
to cause someone to wake up from something. The crowing of the rooster awakened Sally from her slumbers. She awakened herself from a deep sleep when she fell out of bed.
awake(n) from something
to wake up from something, such as a dream or a deep sleep. Tom awakened from a deep sleep at the sound of the phone ringing. At dawn, she awoke from her slumbers.
References in classic literature
At about eight o'clock I awoke from
sleep (you know, my beloved one, that I always like to sleep for a short hour after my work is done)--I awoke, I say, and, lighting a candle, prepared my paper to write, and trimmed my pen.
"That may well be," said the young girl, "for it has many a time happened to me to dream that I was falling down from a tower and never coming to the ground, and when I awoke from
the dream to find myself as weak and shaken as if I had really fallen."
As mice awoke from
anesthesia, potassium ion levels rose quickly.
1 : to stop sleeping : wake up <The baby awoke from